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Trademark is protected underneath the law. Trademark Act provides exclusive and monopoly right to the owner of the merchandise. Trademark could be within the variety of symbol, sign, word, mark or could also be any combination. Once any product or item comes into the market then it includes some identification mark so that people may simply differentiate between two brands thus we are able to say that every product has some trademark which is its identification mark to differentiate it from alternative products.

A trademark attorney provides illustration and recommendation concerning trademarks and connected intellectual property matters, such as trademark searching and opinions, preparing and filing trademark approaches, the depiction in matters prior to the Trademarks Office, trademark oppositions and suggesting in relation to infringement.

Registration as a trademark attorney is regulated by the experienced Standards Board. The qualifications for becoming a trademark lawyer are a subset of the series of the courses credited by the Professional Standards Board meant for ability as an obvious legal representative. Some lawyers practicing in trademarks law are also entitled to get registration as trademark attorneys.

Significant changes to the qualification and regulation of patent and trademark attorneys came into force on 1 July 2008, as well as additional pre-registration experience requirements and obligatory continuing professional education.

Indian Trademark Act

Trademark Act, 1999 have some distinguished features then Trade and Merchandisers Marks Act, 1958. According to Trademark Act, 1999 duration of registration has been extended to 10 years which was initially 7 years. Now registration procedure is much simpler and it includes registration of service marks and collective marks also. Prior to 1940 there was no such law of trademark, it started in 1940 only. Once the Trade and Merchandise Act, 1958 has been repealed since then The Trade Mark Act, 1999 is governed.